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Techsouth Powerpoint™ DCS, Dust Collecting Grinder

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Techsouth Powerpoint™ DCS, Dust Collecting Grinder
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Powerpoint™  "DCS" Deluxe Model Hand-Held Tungsten Grinder with Adjustable Grind Angle and Built-In Dust Collection. The Safe, Convenient and Portable Tungsten Grinding Solution!

Techsouth's Powerpoint™ DCS adjusts for a wide range of grind angles/tapers from 15-to-45 degrees (included angle) for virtually any TIG welding application. 

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Techsouth Powerpoint™ DCS, Dust Collecting Grinder

4.5 of 5 Stars! (4)

4.5 out of 5 stars

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5 of 5 Stars!
Easy to use, easy to adjust, like the feature of multiple angle grinds, consistent tips every time! Saves time and frustration.

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5 of 5 Stars!
Good service and delivery was on time... Excellent

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3 of 5 Stars!
I've had a chance to put this up to other tungsten grinders out there. I think its very similar to the Sharpie series for function. How ever the dust collector doesn't really work. If you have to trim off the tip of your tungsten it will not collect the dust. The collection tube is a bit bulky. With all that said it does serve the purpose of sharpening tungsten well.

But for the price this would not be my first choice.


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4 of 5 Stars!
love this sharpener, but after a couple years the ball bearing exploded and now i need to replace it. where can i find this bearing? thanks, aaron
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